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Oct 30, 2013 12:00pm PDT
. the technology had just been purchased last year and was primarily used for the third through fifth graders. parents had spent the past two and a half years fund-raising to buy the ipads and laptops for the two-way spanish/english school. parents were told they were worth about $70,000 and because it fell below the deductible, the district could not replace everything. >> for somebody to not have a cons shins and go and take -- conscience and go and take from the kids, it's really sad. now we're basically out. so we don't know what's gonna happen now. we're looking at how do we repurpose the machines. or what can we do with them to fill the void for right now? >> reporter: the principal says the children are very disappointed and this will have a hard-hitth effect on the students who don't have computers at home. the schools' parent group is looking for ways to raise money again to buy the ipads and computers. but they know it will be a challenge. if you would like to donate go to our home page. the district side simons element hear school had a break- in over the weekend and some computer
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